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A group of divers voted it the #1 dive shop. In 1884-1890. The first shop was built in Greenwich. Its founder, Phineas Decourtin (1801-1873), built his business importing canned fish from London, Northern Europe and South Africa. Starting from small semi-basements, he united the entire assortment under one roof and turned the store into a large shopping center where you could buy fishing tackle and rigging, whales and seals, a wide variety of leather, fur products, as well as second-hand items, magazines, religious publications and literature in many languages â€‹â€‹of the world.
The construction of the store began in 1884 and ended in 1888. Several types of stone were used for the construction of the building, and facing work was carried out using granite and marble. The shape of the building is a dodecahedral pyramidal dome, the cladding is made of glazed brick and marble chips. The mall is over 30 meters high and over 100 meters wide.
Inside the building – a central staircase, a system of walkways, mezzanines and many utility rooms, shops on each floor and a large courtyard. For the convenience of customers, at each level of the shopping center there are escalators equipped with devices for the disabled, an elevator, a convenient toilet and a wardrobe, and special places for relaxation are equipped in the basement – pneumatic massage on simulators and coffee makers.
Along with many shops, exhibitions were located in the shopping center – for this a special competition was held, which was won by the London firm Greenwich Press. The first exhibition took place in 1895.
The first owner of the store was Fineau Decurtina. In 1925-1928. the store was acquired by Dupont, and in 1939-1946. Meritor became the owner of the shopping center and became the last owner. In November 1947, Greensward was inherited by Mark Sloane.
In November 1956, the mall was recognized as one of the best shops in London. In July 1977, the famous Victoria calico store was replaced by a Vauxhall store called GREENWOOD. From April 1979, the store became known as “Goodrich” and lasted until February 20, 1979.
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